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  1. If your fantasy squad survived the prior two weeks with a total of 9 teams hitting their early bye week, I have good news: Week 7 provides a bit of breathing room with only the Detroit Lions and Houston Texans taking the week off. If you limped through these last two weeks desperate for some roster stability, I have bad news: The heaviest bye weeks are fast approaching in Weeks 8 & 9, so it may be prudent to load the end of your bench with the future in mind. With that said, it's time to help out those who may be scrambling to fill the space for guys like WR DeAndre Hopkins and QB Ma
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  2. What We Learned Week 1 Some people see the cheesy back-to-school ads floating around this time of year and bellow at its symbolism. Summer nearing its end. Money to be spent and organizing to be done. The return of Dancing With The Stars (seriously, who still watches that?). But for some, it's arguably the greatest time of the year. One last chance for a sunny vacation. On the brink of playoff baseball. Amidst the season of moving and graduating and grand life transitions. But, most importantly, it signals the start of football season. For us, it signals the beginning of fantasy fo
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  3. Cardinals RB David Johnson exits Sunday's game vs Detroit with a wrist injury. Credit: SI.ocm So you finally landed the #1 overall pick in your fantasy draft and were feeling great about picking David Johnson as a stud RB you could hitch your wagon to. You even had a juicy Week 1 matchup against a Lions defense that gave up the 8th-most fantasy points to opposing RB’s last season. Then not only does DJ lay you a skimpy 2-burger in that matchup, his final play of the day goes from bad – a touchdown that could-have-been – to worse: Dislocated wrist, pending-surgery, and now a trip to
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